I ran out of milk so I walked to the small store near my house on Bay street. Across the street I could hear some inviting Mexican music, more importantly, some wonderful smells were coming out of what once was a restaurant years ago. I ran across and walked into a kind of a make shift restaurant. The menu was written on some paper that was taped to the wall, large bags of rice where leaning against the wall and only a couple of tables in the place. I noticed that the cook had placed some colorful looking food items on a piece of paper on the counter for pickup. They looked wonderful and smelled even better so I asked what they were and ordered the same. I had my choice of either been or chorizo tostados and chose the former.
I carried them on the paper they were placed and carefully took them home. "delicious and fresh" came to mind. I could taste some mild spices with fresh mint, tomatoes, onions, and cilantro on these rounds mini, crunchy shells. They went down quickly. I'm now curious to go back and try the variety of items they had on the paper wall menu. Besides, I enjoyed hearing the beautiful accents of the servers and the cheerful music. I will return !!
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